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Michelangelo


Published 1965


(EB 1965 W/D/P/CO-C with Joseph Ambor, edited by Charles Hasse, made in Italy; )
Director John Barnes presents the story of Michelangelo: the pressures of the art-centered world of his time that used his talents in painting, architecture, and engineering in spite of his desire to be only a sculptor. The film discusses examples of his success in stone through such works as Bacchus, David, Victory, Moses, the Pieta, and the Dying Captive, as well as his frescoes in the Sistine Chapel. With Michael Gwynn as Michelangelo. For more on John Barnes, visit http://www.afana.org/barnesbio.htm


Run time 30:02
Producer John Barnes
Production Company Encyclopedia Britannica, Inc.
Sponsor Jeanne Barnes
Audio/Visual sound, color

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